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Feature Request - Monitor Panel - Customisable Buttons

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Not sure whether this has been asked before, but up until today, I hadn't got USB Printing working with my Robox printers since dabbling with later versions of Cura aka 2.4 onwards, so I never noticed this.

 

As I already have a start code with an "Abort Print" end code, and I realise your Pause and Abort Print buttons are called within the USBPrinterOutputDevice.py script, but it would be a pretty useful feature, if these could be customisable ( a bit like Matter Control, Simplify 3D or even Slic3r for example), and that way other print functions could be called from this area too, aka machine specific GCode scripts, say to purge filaments, gantry level, bed level or whatever. Are there any plans to incorporate a temperature graph in this area, or any extruder controls?

 

Another 2¢, and small beer, but when you Abort Print, by mouseover & clicking, the "Are you sure you want to abort the print" dialog box is nowhere near the Abort Print button, so you've got to drag the mouse over, as I cannot seem to find a shortcut for "Yes" (using macOS).

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